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post-portercableosc.jpgWhen you’re building a staircase or deck, it’s difficult to get a good smooth finish on edges with a belt sander.  You can always use the fixed spindle sander, but that takes a bit of planning. 

Or, you can grab Porter Cable’s portable oscillating spindle sander and just finish the edges right on the project.  It’s also a heck of a lot easier to carry to the job site.

Called the Model 121, it features:

  • a 2,400-3,600 RPM variable speed motor, which allows use of hard and soft woods as well as laminates, plastics, and marble
  • adjustable edge guide for accurate pre-set removal of stock
  • and a 1″ vacuum port for dust-free sanding

If you’re doing a lot of on-site finishing work, or if you’re looking for an alternative to a large, fixed oscillating spindle sander for a smaller shop, this tool’s worth a look. 

Street pricing starts around $260.

Model 121 Portable Oscillating Spindle Sander [Porter Cable]
Street Pricing [Froogle]


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